Changi T4 wings its way back to service

After a two-year hiatus, Singapore Changi Airport's Terminal 4 will resume operations on 13 September.

Regional air hub Singapore is supporting airlines' efforts in adding capacity with its Terminal 4 reopening.
Regional air hub Singapore is supporting airlines' efforts in adding capacity with its Terminal 4 reopening. Photo Credit: Changi Airport Group

With air traffic taking flight once more, Singapore Changi Airport’s Terminal 4 will resume operations on 13 September following a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a statement, Changi Airport Group (CAG) said the T4 reopening ensures “that the air hub can meet the increasing demand for air travel and support airlines’ plans to launch more flights."

Sixteen airlines will progressively relocate to T4 in September and October, starting with Cathay Pacific and Korean Air on reopening day, followed by the AirAsia Group on 15 September. Cebu Pacific, Juneyao Air, Jeju Air, Bamboo Airways and Hong Kong Express will do so on 20 September, while Vietnam Airlines, VietJet Air and Thai VietJet Air will relocate on 22 September.

CAG had also announced that Jetstar Group would be slated to move to T4 on 25 October but the airline stated that the decision was unilaterally made by the airport operator and that it had "no intention of moving." The Jetstar Group currently operates out of Terminal 1 at Changi Airport, with limited arrivals at Terminal 2.

Meanwhile, shuttle bus services on both the landside and airside will provide connection for passengers and visitors between T4 and the other terminals. Besides taxi and private-hire vehicles, the terminal will also be served by public buses (service numbers 24, 34, 36 and 110).

 

Source: Travel Weekly Asia



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